PALM SPRINGS, Calif. -- In a series of presentations at the Mexican American Grocers Association's convention here, Hispanic retailers told suppliers they should not overlook the independent operator and its role in the Hispanic community.
Mariano Diaz, owner of a C-Town Market in New York City, said Hispanic retailers in urban areas can make things happen. "The Hispanic market is so big, it's become the general market," Diaz said.
Manufacturers can't go to sleep, Diaz said. "They must ...
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